Henschel 132 C

5 decal variants

1. Hs-132C, KG 51, Luftwaffe 1945 /alternate marking/
2. Hs-132C, KG 26, Luftwaffe 1945 /alternate marking/
3. Hs-132C, Japan 1945 /alternate marking/
4. Hs-132C, StG. 1, Luftwaffe 1945 /alternate marking/
5. Hs-132C, test aircraft, Great Britain 1946 /alternate marking/

Henschel’s Hs 132 was a World War II dive bomber and interceptor aircraft of the German Luftwaffe that never saw service. The unorthodox design featured a top-mounted BMW 003 jet engine (identical in terms of make and position to the powerplant used by the Heinkel He 162) and the pilot in a prone position. The Soviet Army occupied the factory just as the Hs 132 V1 was nearing flight testing, the V2 and V3 being 80% and 75% completed.


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